Myles Kovacs is a multi-million dollar entrepreneur with a custom auto business he built from the ground up. He has fought adversity since childhood, growing up in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights. By his senior year, Myles got kicked out of high school and had no idea what to do with his life. He found a job delivering car rims and learned every aspect of the business.

At 24, Myles started a publication called Dub Magazine about his passion of customized cars. Dub Magazine helped him segue into the urban car scene and he began designing custom built cars for high profile celebrities, millionaires and professional athletes.  After starting his company with just $10,000, he made $20 million in revenue by 2013 and shows no signs of stopping.

Kovacs now devotes considerable time to charitable and community organizations, such as Make-A-Wish Foundation, SEMA Cares, Child Help, Victory Junction Gang Camp, and Tony Hawk Foundation.   He first learned about the Bresee Foundation when he spoke at a middle school career day in 2009.  In 2012 he agreed to perform an extreme makeover of Bresee’s 25-passenger bus that had been grounded by the Highway Patrol and needed major repairs after 15 years of wear and tear.  
 
In December of that year, Bresee received an early Christmas present in a fully transformed bus complete with a fresh paint job, new rims, newly upholstered seats, a flat screen TV, a new intercom system and a new sound system, all donated by DUB.  Myles has come back to Bresee on numerous occasions since to share his story and motivate the young people of Bresee to dream big.  
 
 
Board Advisory
  • Craig Beatty—President
  • Tim Martin—Vice President
  • Adrian Koehler—Secretary
  • Bryan Sapanza—Treasurer
  • Jennifer Brown
  • David Gutierrez
  • David Corbin
  • Rich Orosco
  • Kara Petreccia
  • Michael Lee
  • Reymundo Duarte
  • Ramon Pack III
  • Heidi Feng
  • Cynthia Cuadra
  • Juan Camacho
  • Americo Cascella
  • Dr. Melina B. Jampolis
  • Malik Ducard
  • Mike LaHoud
  • Reno Wilson
  • Susan E. Hill
  • Frank Chen
  • James Riley
  • Tom Martin, III, Esq.
  • Deputy Chief Robert Arcos
  • Ted Dorsey